The Fort Saskatchewan Mixed Slo-Pitch Association is looking to repair a dugout in time for the beginning of their season. 

Over the weekend, strong wind gusts knocked the dugout shelter off its base, flipping it to the ground. 

“After those couple days of the big windstorm, it appeared that one of the dugouts had basically blown right off, so it definitely has to be repaired,” said Adam Henry, president of the Fort Saskatchewan Mixed Slo-Pitch Association. 

wind flipped the dugout

Taurus Projects has reached out and offered their services free of charge, and they’re hoping others in the community can help with rebuilding.

"We're a non-profit organization, so we're always looking for help."

As slo-pitch season begins May 2, Henry hopes to see the repairs completed in time.